Grover Norquist's Wife Samaah Alrayyes Norquist, Linked To Middle East
Samah Norquist (b. Samaah Alrayyes) is a Washington, D.C.-based public relations executive, and the wife of Grover Norquist. Born in Kuwait City, Kuwait to parents of Palestinian descent, Alrayyes and her family immigrated to the United States in 1990. She attended the American University in Cairo, and received her M.A. in political science with an emphasis on international relations. Her thesis, entitled "Religion, Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy in the Third World: The Case of the Indo-Pakistani Conflict over Kashmir," dealt with the role of religion in foreign policy formation. Samaah Alrayyes became director of communications at Grover Norquist's Islamic Free Market Institute (IFMI) in Washington, DC. Shortly thereafter she became cultural affairs assistant at the U.S. Embassy in Amman, Jordan, where she was responsible for cultural exchange programs between the United States and Jordan. Samah Alrayyes and Grover Norquist married on April 2, 2005, whereupon she took the name Samah Norquist. In late 2005
Republicans In Congress pledge their allegiance to Grover Norquist, not our Flag, They Signed and Sealed that Allegiance to Norquist. Grover Norquist orchestrated The shutdown of the U.S. Government, 800,000 out of work Americans and suffer.